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    NEWS | Sikorsky S-70A-42 Black Hawk in AT Österreichische Luftstreitkräfte
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    Austrian Black Hawk new Medical Kit


    An Austrian S-70A-42 Black Hawk equipped with a new medical kit interior developed by Air Ambulance Technology (AAT) brought home a soldier with COVID-19 from Bosnia-Herzegovina



    An Austrian S-70A-42 Black Hawk equipped with a new medical kit interior developed by Air Ambulance Technology (AAT) brought home a soldier with COVID-19 from Bosnia-Herzegovina

    Austrian Black Hawk new Medical Kit


    AAT, May 15, 2020 - Austrian company Air Ambulance Technology GmbH (AAT) offering its new UH-60 Black Hawk ambulance/EMS kit, which can be easily installed into the cabin to configure the aircraft for air ambulance missions.

    First delivered to the Austrian military in 1995 and since then upgraded with modern medical devices.

    The ambulance kit for the Bell 212 was the base for the UH-60 Black Hawk kit.

    AAT kits don’t require any structural modifications to the cabin to be installed and with an installation time of 20-30 minutes including the bullet-proof floor, they are unmatched in this sector.

    The medical carrier is equipped with the latest standard of medical devices including a monitor/defibrillator, ventilator, perfusion pumps suction units and an adjustable LED light. All these medical devices are charged during flight via a medical power distribution unit (MPDU)






    Austrian Black Hawk new Medical Kit


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